Body Composition Measurements During Pregnancy
Body composition is of particular interest during pregnancy, because the additional calorie increment estimated as necessary during pregnancy (about 250–300 kcal/day) is determined to a large extent by the amount of additional fat thought to be stored. Weight gain recommendations for pregnancy also assume certain fat changes occur during normal pregnancy.
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